|Mega Man 2 - Simply Simon|
Mega Man 1 is a decent game and for its time actually really good. It still had a lot of flaws, most of which I think I could cover decently in the LP of it. One year later, Mega Man 2 set out to eradicate those flaws, and it did so quite thoroughly. Almost everything that's badly thought through, unpolished or plain stupid in the first game got removed, and a ton of useful new features and gameplay elements were added...
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|Mega Man 3 - Simply Simon|
The first game was far ahead of its competition, but overlooked. The second ironed out most if the flaws and was a groundbreaking success. The sequel was inevitable - but now, with time and money on their hands, the developers could focus on making it not only quite good, but near-perfect; they had the ideal foundations for this task. And boy, they succeeded. Apart from one glaring issue and a few details your mileage might vary on, Mega Man 3 is about as good a game as they get - for its time, ...
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|Mega Man - Simply Simon|
Mega Man is basically quite a simple game. You've got run, jump and shoot and...that's about it, to start with. What makes it interesting is the way you can play the game, that is, any way you want. With six stages to choose from and a boss at the end of each that will give you his weapon if you beat him, the path you choose is entirely up to you. It's a concept that's been THE main selling point for most Mega Man games to date, and it alone makes those games lots and lots of fun...
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